20 min Swimming
That looks to inadequate to me. However those 20 minutes were hard! I know how to swim, but I'm not a smooth swimmer. I'm not overly coordinated at anything. Keeping my breathing regular and timing my breaths for when my face wasn't underwater was HARD. Plus there is the whole propelling myself through water.
This week I'll be doing a little research on how to exercise in a pool when you aren't going to drown, but are really uncoordinated. I'm not quite sure how I'll phrase that for Google, but I'll share any particularly enlightening searches. Also, I need to purchase a pair of swim goggles. In addition to breathing while swimming, seeing would be useful so I don't run into things. Thankfully there are ropes and walls to keep me from running into other swimmers. And I guess I'm past worrying about looking like a dork at the pool... Anyone who is really worried about it isn't working out hard enough. Shame on them!
Also, yesterday marked my first full day elevator free after my momentary relapse on Monday. At the encouragement of one of my co-workers I tried the stairs with my heel. It didn't hurt more than just walking does, so I'm going to keep taking the stairs. The added per there? I noticed that I can take three consecutive flights of stairs without dying now! How cool is that? I am still a little out of breath when I get to the top, but not so much so that I would be embarrassed to walk up along side a co-worker. That is super and I'm thankful someone convinced me not to give up. Woohoo!
As such, I'm also making a note on my white board. It will document my success in this area. Here you can see it for yourself.